CCMBC church planting director Gord Fleming reflects on meeting Jesus, C2C Network, & interdenominational partnerships
What is your mission? The idea of a mission statement is common, not only in the church, but in general society. Businesses spend good money hiring consultants to help define their philosophy, purpose, goals.
How long does it take to “get saved” (1 Corinthians 1:18)? Many years ago at a revival meeting, I went to the altar, said a prayer, and went home rejoicing.…
Much has changed in the Herald since 1962, from editors to layout to content. But one thing has stayed the same. For five decades, Christian Press has served as the printer for our magazine.
Mennonite Brethren have always nurtured a vision for Christian publishing
This September, the Herald solicited the opinions of a cross-section of its readers about how well the magazine is doing in its mission for Canadian Mennonite Brethren. We carried a…
Why didn’t I receive my Herald this month? Canada Post does a wonderful job of delivering our magazine each month. However, mistakes are sometimes made. If you don’t receive your…
Poetry by Ken Dueck
The health and productivity of Sukoluhle Moyo’s cornfields in Zimbabwe has made her an “evangelist” for conservation agriculture.
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An Evangelical Social Gospel? Finding God’s Story in the Midst of Extremes
An Evangelical Social Gospel? Finding God’s Story in the Midst of ExtremesAuthor: Tim SuttleIndividualism “is the most widely embraced, uncritically accepted, yet damaging and humanly debasing myth in Western society,” including the evangelical church. This unhealthy evangelical presupposition is what Tim Suttle, musician, pastor, and church planter, challenges in An Evangelical Social Gospel?
The 2010 film Unstoppable tells the fast-paced story of an unmanned, half-mile-long freight train carrying a cargo of toxic chemicals barrelling toward a city. A veteran engineer and a young conductor race against the clock to bring the train under control before it derails on a curve and causes a catastrophe.
As an editor, I’ve always felt my job was something akin to building a cathedral. Each month, my task is to craft something beautiful and God-honouring for the glory of his kingdom. I’m called to put words, ideas, and stories together in a way that allows God’s light to shine into the everyday workings of our denomination.
Introducing Jeff Renaud, Jay Dyrland, Steve Bains, Participants of MB Mission’s TREK program
Farewell to Wayne Eisbrenner, Rob Neufeld, Paul Woodburn, Bill hogg
The executive board of the Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches is reviewing its missional options as it moves into 2012.
As world population recently leapt over the 7 billion mark, global concern about how to feed that many people is growing, especially with cropland diminishing in quantity and degraded – even depleted – soil in many places.
Place hope before truth, re: November; Pastoral thank you, re: November; No pagan worship in the sanctuary, re: November; Balance of separating and mixing, re: November; Can’t believe my ears, re: November; Radical Islam not family-friendly, re: November; Colombian reflections provocative, re: Noember; Rant required evidence, re: November; Response to “Rant requires evidence;” Why not MCC?, re: November; Editor’s note re: “Why not MCC”